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of bill bennett's morning in america, a nationally syndicated radio program. he is a contributor on the fox news channel and a columnist with the philadelphia inquirer and is the president of a reston, va., based media company. but of all of those past and present accomplishments, rick focuses on as his highest accomplishment, his greatest accomplishment being a great husband and father, and he and his wife, sharon, have seven wonderful, wonderful children. please welcome a great american, which santorum. -- rick santorum. [applause] >> thank you. appreciate it. thank you. thank you very much, david, and thank you for welcoming me here to the louisiana. thank you for the outstanding leadership, conservative leadership, principled conservative leadership. i don't think you will find a more conservative voting record, stronger principled voting record. he has a tough election. i know it is louisiana, but he has a tough election and we have to help david make sure that he gets six more years in the u.s. senate. [applause] i heard a few aws when people heard i have seven children. we
alert emails at cspan.org. >> this is c-span's "america and the courts." up next, supreme court justices stephen breyer and clarence thomas on the court's budget request for 2011. they spoke before a house appropriations subcommittee thursday about the budget and a number of other issues including cameras in the court and the diversity of supreme court law clerks. the court's budget request for fiscal year 2011 is $78 million. it's a 5% increase over last year. that's the day that a man named jack roosevelt robinson stepped on a baseball field for the first time and in my opinion, in the process, integrated not only baseball but integrated america. and we honor him today throughout major league baseball. and i thought it would be fitting to honor number 42. by the way, a good story in "the new york times" today about mariano rivera of the yankees being the last player to wear number 42, and your favorite committee chairman is quoted in this story. >> and what is the -- if i may ask, the yankees' record so far? mr. chairman? >> you're out of order. [laughter] also, i would like to note be
-span.org. >> this is "america and the courts." up next, national security, the role of the media, and how these competing issues get resolved in the courts. the university of texas law school hosted this discussion in february. >> i want to think the texas law review leadership and a number of others -- too many to mention -- all of whom worked incredibly hard on this project. it has come off with very few hitches. i am very grateful for your efforts. i also want to thank our cost, the strauss center, for its role in putting together this wonderful event. we have been talking for more than a day and a half about the tensions that arise when we try to reconcile our values in relation to privacy, in relation to security, and in relation to technological change. technological change throws a curve balls at our efforts to pursue national security in a way that is consistent with our values. implicit in the discussion we have had -- we have talked about the role of judicial review, the role of congress in exercising oversight, the role of the public with electoral pushed back when certain policies are revealed. impl
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